Cancer Clinics in Tijuana

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Julie in SoCal
3/20/2014 6:54pm
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Dear Friends,

A dear friend and stage 4 breast cancer patient, is interested in the cancer centers in Tijuana, Mexico.  She's read the stuff on the internet, but is looking for more impartial stories and first person experiences. So  I am wondering if anyone here has had any experience with any of the cancer centers in TJ (like Gerson, Hoxsey, and Contreras/Oasis of Hope) and would be willing to share their story.

I'm not interested in debating whether or not this is a good idea, whether the "Cure" they offer is a real "Cure" or whether or not this is a royal waste of money.  Don't get me wrong, I have opinions! But my friend is in the research stage and is looking for others who have had experience with any of these clinics.  




Stage 3c  (TXN2cM0)-- 2008 WLE, SNB, LND, HD-INF, GM-CSF, (intransits) 2013 IPI, (intransits) 2014 PEMBRO, (intransits resected in 2017)

Stage 3a 2017 NSCLunc Cancer VATs; Carboplatin & Pemextred;  radiation

Anonymous - (3/20/2014 - 10:02pm)

Hi, I don't have any first hand experience but I am a Facebook friend of the Northern Baja Gerson clinic.  The doctor there uses Gerson dietary management as well as other treatments such as dendritic cells therapy.  He has posted some good results on women with breast cancer on the Facebook page. Have her go there and read them.  He seems to be on the up and up as I did go read someone's blog who writes about going there and having good results.  There is also a website with phone numbers.  I am not recommending one way or the other, just telling what I have researched.  Good luck to your friend.

odonoghue80 - (3/21/2014 - 12:07am)

Hi, I went to the Gerson clinic in Tijuana,MX in fall 2012 to treat stage 3/4 melanoma. Going into it I did a ton of research and spoke to a few people who went there. They were all a bit older (I was 32 when I went to Gerson) and none of them did it recently, and none the "cured" patients were any near as advanced with disease I was. At any rate, I went there and felt great, but I noticed one my tumors was growing. So I  had a CT scan and found that my cancer spread more than ever. I had tumors in most of my organs and worst of all I had a metastis in my brain. That was at 6-7 weeks on the Gerson plan. Thankfully I decided to have a test and scan otherwise I would have dead shortly after. I decided to switch back on conventional meds ASAP. I still in contact with a few people from Gerson but don't think anybody does it still and some have passed I think. The main thing is a personal choice, but I think it's rarely if even possible to treat advanced cancer this way.  I've seen all the movies, read the books, etc. But again maybe it's just my opinion now, because I went there, and it didn't work (and allowed the biggest increase of my cancer ever), so that's just my opinion.

Also, I want to know how tough the plan is. Keep in mind I was 32 and super fit and feeling great at the time. I wasn't feeling "sick" ever. This day goes from 7am to 7pm every day. 4 coffee enemas per day, and you basically cook, juice, and clean dishes all day. And like I said I was young and strong and fit. Also, I did the plan to a T and it's just super hard! 

Good luck.

Gene_S - (3/21/2014 - 2:03pm)


I suggest doing a search on "Ralph Moss and Breast cancer".  Also a vitamin D deficiency may be a problem. Testing for vitamin D3 is necessary in my opinion.


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Best wishes,


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